Animal Crossing: City Folk

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Animal Crossing: City Folk
Developer(s)Nintendo EAD
Producer(s)Katsuya Eguchi Edit this on Wikidata
Composer(s)Kazumi Totaka
Shiho Fujii Edit this on Wikidata
SeriesAnimal Crossing
EngineChanged Animal Crossing: Wild World engine
Genre(s)Social simulation
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Animal Crossing: City Folk is a life simulation video game made by Nintendo for the Wii game console. It is the third game in the Animal Crossing series. It has online play, and supports an accessory called Wii Speak. In Europe, this game is called Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City.

Gameplay[change | change source]

The game happens in a small village. The player can also work with other animal villagers by talking and playing with them. They can also go to a store owned by Tom Nook for food or clothes. One other thing the player can do is visit a museum to donate fishes, bugs, and fossils. The player may ride a bus to go to the city, which is a new part to the new Animal Crossing games. There, other activities will include shopping at a fashion store called GracieGrace, a Theatre called the Marquee, which allows you to learn how to do new emotion faces, an office for the "Happy Room Academy" (a place that gives you tips on how to design the house that the player has in the game), a "black market" owned by a fox named Redd, a salon called Shampoodle, and a shop owned by Katrina, a fortune-teller.

Tom Nook[change | change source]

Tom Nook runs your village shop which grows a lot to make it into a supreme shop, where he works with Timmy and Tommy and has a two-story building. From Tom Nooks shop, you can buy wallpaper, carpets, roof paint (to change your roof's color), furniture, tools (such as fishing rods, nets, axes and spades), writing paper and seeds. Tom Nook will buy your unwanted stuff as well. Tom is also in charge of housing, making your house bigger.

Able Sisters[change | change source]

This is where you can get local handmade clothes, umbrellas, hats, glasses and also design your own "Pro designs" Which is where your front, back and sleeves can all be different however you can no longer sell your old not wanted clothes you have to sell them to Tom Nook.

GracieGrace[change | change source]

This is the shop where you can buy limited edition furniture, clothing, hats, glasses and umbrellas. It's in the city. Items in GracieGrace cost more money than in Tom Nooks and in Able Sisters.

Crazy Redds[change | change source]

This is a small black market where you can buy furniture and paintings once you have become a member. Somebody else in your town must recommend you for you to become a member of Crazy Redds Shop. Crazy Redds black market can be found in the city.

Shampoodle[change | change source]

Here you can get a new hairstyle or even a complete makeover to turn you into a Mii character saved on your Wii. This is in the city.

Auction House[change | change source]

Here you can find Llyoid who will put your stuff up for Auction if you want him to. Your Nintendo Wi-Fi friends can then buy your stuff and you will get the cash they paid for it. If it doesn't sell, then you get your item sent back to you.

Towns People[change | change source]

There are over 100 different characters that you can get as residents in your town. They will move in and then after a while move back out again to go to a different town.

Reception[change | change source]

Animal Crossing: City Folk won awards for being one of the best games of E3.